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Linked data for the perplexed librarian

Author: Scott Carlson; Cory [VNV] Lampert; Darnelle [VNV] Melvin; Anne [VNV] Washington
Publisher: Chicago : ALA Editions, 2020
Series: ALCTS monograph
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"A plain-language introduction to the often intimidating field of linked data and the semantic web"--
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Carlson; Cory [VNV] Lampert; Darnelle [VNV] Melvin; Anne [VNV] Washington
ISBN: 9780838947463 0838947468
OCLC Number: 1137081369
Description: pages ; cm
Contents: Enquire within upon everything: The origins of linked data --
Unfunky and obsolete: From MARC to RDF --
Mothership connections: URIs and serializations --
What is a thing?: Ontologies and linked data --
Once upon a time called now: Linked data in the real world --
Tear the roof off the sucker: Linked library data --
Freaky and habit-forming: Linked data projects that even librarians can mess around with --
Epilogue: The unprovable pudding: Where is linked data in everyday library life?
Series Title: ALCTS monograph
Responsibility: Scott Carlson, Cory Lampert, Darnelle Melvin, and Anne Washington.

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The goal of exposing cultural institutions' records to the web is as important as ever-but for the non-technically minded, linked data can feel like a confusing morass of abstraction, jargon, and  Read more...

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